About Norwich Train Station
Norwich is a major city in East Anglia and historically one of the most important commercial and cultural centres in England outside of London. Situated by the River Wensum, Norwich is the administrative centre and county town of Norfolk. The city was established as the capital of East Anglia by Roman occupiers, while many of its most impressive buildings, including Norwich Cathedral, were erected after the Norman Conquest in the 11th century. During the medieval era and up until the industrial revolution, Norwich was among the top few biggest and most important cities in England. Today it remains a city of great importance to Norfolk and to the south-east of England, with a thriving tourist trade and many large and small businesses operating in the area.
Setting up your business here
Norwich has a thriving business district and a good range of comprehensively refurbished and very modern office space available to rent. Among the companies headquartered in the city are the iconic English food brand Colman’s Mustard, now owned by Unilever, the energy sector subsea service provider Acteon Group, and the newspaper and magazine publisher Archant. Businesses with a significant office space presence in and around the city also include the insurance group Aviva, Virgin Money UK and the underwriting agency Countrywide Legal Indemnities. Part of the appeal of Norwich as a business location is its relative proximity to London, which can be reached easily by road or rail within little more than an hour.
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Things to do in Norwich Train Station
Leading the list of must-see sites in Norwich is the city’s cathedral, which is among the most majestic examples of Norman architecture to be found anywhere in England. Other highly impressive attractions include Norwich Castle and the City of Norwich Aviation Museum. Norwich Arts Centre hosts all manner of performers throughout the year and generally has a very positive and engaging atmosphere, while Norwich Market always has much to take in and check out. Or if you’re interested in fine and decorative arts then the Sainsbury Centre is a great place to visit and one of the foremost visual arts exhibitors in England. Norwich is also a terrific place to relax and unwind, with pubs like the Murderers and the Stoke Holy Cross among the best in East Anglia. Meanwhile, for top class cuisine, you could try the Wildebeest Arms, the River Green Café or Roger Hickman’s Restaurant on St Giles Street.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations: Norwich
- Nearest motorways: A11, A47
- Nearest airports: Norwich International Airport